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Question 1: Bristol, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles: ________ and University of California Press.
PhysicistUnited KingdomLondonInstitute of Physics

Question 2: The scientists were captured between May 1 to June 30, 1945,[1] and interned at Farm Hall, a bugged house in Godmanchester, England (near ________), from July 3, 1945 to January 3, 1946.

Question 3: Some of the scientists indicated that they were happy that they had not been able to build a nuclear bomb for ________, while some of the others, more sympathetic to the Nazi party, were dismayed at having failed.
SchutzstaffelNazi GermanyAdolf HitlerNazism

Question 4: Hahn, for example, had discovered ________ in December 1938, but otherwise had no participation.
UraniumNuclear fissionPlutoniumNuclear fusion

Question 5: On July 6, the microphones picked up the following conversation between Werner Heisenberg and ________, both of whom had worked on the German nuclear project:[3]
Walther BotheWalter Herrmann (physicist)Kurt DiebnerGerman nuclear energy project

Question 6: ________ was, like Hahn, an ardent anti-Nazi and had not done any work relating to wartime physics.
Max von LaueAlbert EinsteinMax PlanckJames Franck

Question 7: ________, one of those who were grateful that Germany had not built a bomb, chided those who had worked on the German project, saying "If the Americans have a uranium bomb then you're all second-raters."[4]
Adolf ButenandtFriedrich BergiusOtto HahnPeter Debye

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